7+ Dreamy Blue Ridge Treehouse Rentals You’ll Love

One of the main draws of Blue Ridge, GA is the chance to remove yourself from crazy city life and insert yourself back into nature, whether you’re hiking the trails or boating on the lake. And if you stay overnight, you could even pitch a tent at one of the area’s campgrounds.

But what if you want to sleep among the trees without going full-on “roughing it?” Well, how about renting a treehouse in Blue Ridge! Yes, you can sleep in the trees like you always wanted to as a kid. Only these are much, much nicer than that.

Treehouses are some of the most popular home rentals out there, both nationwide and locally. You’ll find treehouse resorts are popping up in all kinds of places, designed with couples and families in mind who want a whimsical stay wherever they are traveling. They promote solitude and serenity, and of course, fun.

This North Georgia city has some amazing treehouses we think you should consider for your next Blue Ridge trip. Here are 7+ Blue Ridge treehouse rentals we know you’ll love.

Courtesy of Inn at the Ravine Luxury Treehouse

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7+ Dreamy Blue Ridge Treehouse Rentals You’ll Love

This three story home is situated next to the Cherokee National Forest and is even more unique than others because it’s suspended over a ravine facing the forest. There’s a sunken hot tub, wood burning fireplace and fire pit, along with an outdoor shower and loft with a covered balcony. 

It offers plenty of room with king and queen sized beds, along with a twin window seat. It’s 750 square feet and loaded with a patio and decks offering views of all angles. The high ceilings make it feel even roomier, and the attention to detail throughout the house is something those who’ve reviewed the home call out over and over. It’s described as upscale, but cozy.

There’s direct hiking access to the Benton MacKaye Trail, so it feels super remote, yet the property is still just 10 minutes from town. The owners of this home also own another treehouse, so if you have a large group, you can always rent that one, too.

The owners do warn you that a low profile vehicle may have issues on the last portion of the drive up to the road, since it’s dirt and gravel, but you also don’t need a four wheel drive. 

Stay Here: Inn at the Ravine Luxury Treehouse

Price: Posted rate is $395/night, but varies depending on dates (as of 3/23).


7+ Dreamy Blue Ridge Treehouse Rentals You’ll Love

This is the sister property we just mentioned, and is situated on the same lot that the Inn at the Ravine is located on. It’s also a three story treehouse, with one bedroom, a loft, and one bathroom.

It’s in the Aska Adventure Area and is also 750 square feet, but has almost double that in decks (1250 sq ft). It’s also described as having meticulous architectural and designer details. The details on the inside make it feel as though they’ve brought the outside in, but keep the upscale vibe.

The owners say this home brings your vacation living to a whole new level. You’ll see incredible views from the large windows in the living room and definitely want to nap on the hanging bed/sofa you’ll find in the loft. They make sure to keep the outdoors comfortable, too, with rocking chairs and a double porch swing.

There is a kitchen with a cooktop, and an outdoor gas grill, but no traditional oven. There’s also no dishwasher, in case that is important to you. I think the outdoor bar seating area (with cover) makes up for it, though.

You can relax and reconnect while you decide whether you’d like to spend some time in Downtown Blue Ridge shopping, or try hiking or kayaking, since it’s all just minutes away. 

Stay Here: Canopy Blue Luxury Treehouse

Price: Posted rate is $395/night, but varies depending on date.


7+ Dreamy Blue Ridge Treehouse Rentals You’ll Love

The Blue Ridge TreeHouse is kind of a celebrity in these parts. It was built by the TreeHouse Guys for the DIY Network TV show. The owners get to claim they are the original tree house.  There’s even a real tree inside the structure.

Not only that, it’s also built on a vineyard (the Bear Claw Vineyard), so you have access to those grounds as well, along with the gorgeous mountain view and Little Sugar Creek. And most nights, you’ll catch a beautiful sunset from the home, as well.

The home feels remote, but still has all the comforts most of us crave. There’s a queen bed in the loft and a leather couch with a queen sleeper bed. There’s a fully equipped kitchen. And you’ll find a propane BBQ grill outside, a fire pit, and rocking chairs on the front porch that are kind of a must have in the mountains.

It’s located in the Aska Adventure Area, and Downtown Blue Ridge is about four miles away, so that’s an easy drive if you want to spend time there, too. (I highly recommend it, since it’s an artist’s haven in many of the shops.)

Here’s another cool idea: they offer to host weddings at the TreeHouse. You won’t be able to invite more than a dozen people, but those who do get to come will have one heck of a memory! It’s also super affordable with rates starting at $2300.

On the website, they describe this home and the vineyard in general as a place where “time moves slower, relationships connect better, and many smiles are shared.” Sounds perfect to me.

Price: Posted rates are $245 for weekdays, $285 for weekends, and $335 for holidays. (We should point out, since you reserve through their own website instead of Airbnb, you won’t have additional fees.)


Stay Here: Blue Ridge TreeHouse


7+ Dreamy Blue Ridge Treehouse Rentals You’ll Love
Courtesy of 6 Ponds Treehouse

The 6 Ponds Treehouse is located on the 6 Ponds Farm property, which is a 33-acre northern Georgia property, and yes, there are six ponds on the property. (Look, it was the first question I asked when I heard about it, so I figured you’d want to know, too).

The owners point out that this property is packed with not just ponds, but animals, gardens, forest, pasture, and plenty to do. It’s a kids’ dream, but adults enjoy it, too, especially with the access to everything from the herb garden to stand-up paddle boards and kayaks you have access to.

You can also go biking, fishing, or hiking on the property. You can feed and pet the miniature goats, rabbits, ducks, guineas, and chickens. They even welcome you to work on the property, if that’s what makes your heart happy. I pass on that, but totally am in for the s’mores by the fire pit.

They are proud of the fact that they run an Earth-friendly farm, and want to teach you all about sustainable homesteading, from gathering eggs to taking care of the garden. 

The actual home is a little over 250 square feet, but also has a porch with a fireplace and hot tub. The coolest part to me is the all-glass design, which offers up a view of the surrounding land from all four sides. You can book it through their website or Airbnb. ​

Price: Rates starting at $230/night, with a $60 cleaning fee.

Stay Here: 6 Ponds Treehouse


7+ Dreamy Blue Ridge Treehouse Rentals You’ll Love
Courtesy of Treehouse Mountain

Treehouse Mountain is a collection of unique treehouses that can accommodate up to four guests. Each treehouse has its own theme and amenities, such as a hot tub or a hammock. We break them down below.

Stay Here: Treehouse Mountain


The coolest part of this tree house (to me) is the cedar wood-fired hot tub. The covered porch is ideal for kicking back.

There’s a queen bed upstairs and a full size pull out sofa on the main level.  There’s a kitchenette they keep fully stocked and a Blackstone griddle, along with a fire pit. 

Price: Rates start at $235 on weekdays and $295 on weekends or holidays.


The owners describe this one as a dream among the trees and I can see why. It’s a studio-styled treehouse that up to three people could share.

There’s a queen bed and a twin-sized futon converts to a bed. There’s also a wraparound porch.

Price: Rates start at $99 on weekdays and $159 on weekends and holidays.


La Paz is different from many other treehouses since it offers up a tropical vibe. Up to four people can stay in this one that features mountain views.

This is a more colorful option than the traditional rustic feel found in many other treehouses. It’s a two story structure with a queen bed in the loft and a full-sized futon that unfolds into a bed on the main level. There’s also a spacious private back porch.

Another cool feature includes a suspension bridge with a covered treehouse platform with a flat top griddle, outdoor sink, seating, and a private half bath. 

Price: Rates start at $199 on weekdays and $246 on weekends and holidays.


This treehouse may be called a castle, but it’s all about being cozy and offering up views everywhere you look.

You walk across a suspension bridge to enter the two story treehouse. There’s a queen bed in the loft and a full-sized futon that converts to a bed on the main level. 

Prices: Rates start at $199 on weekdays and $246 on weekends.



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